Ended — at Delmar Gallery
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Lineage celebrates the significant creative force of contemporary women artists from the Maningrida region in Arnhem Land NT, working across the media of fibre, fabric printing and paper.
The Maningrida region in Arnhem Land is one of the most linguistically diverse places in the world, with 12 distinct languages spoken by over 110 clan groups. The landscape is commensurately diverse, covering over 7 000 square kilometres and ranging from saltwater coastal regions to rocky escarpments.Uniting these artists from different linguistic groups, regions and generations is a profound connection to djang: “Djang is an ongoing, eternal, life-giving transformative power that accounts for every aspect of existence. It also refers to the creation ancestor, the country where spirit resides, and to ceremonial designs and songs that represent that being. It is what powers our art.”
Curated by Brownyn Rennex in collaboration with Maningrida Arts & Culture and Bábbarra Designs
Maureen Ali | Frewa Bardaluna | Raylene Bonson | Dorothy Bunibuni | Alison Guwanjguwanj | Doreen Jinggarrabarra | Helen Kamajirr Stewart | Samantha Malkudja | Janet Marawarr | Susan Marawarr | Anniebell Marrngamarrnga | Jay Jurrupula Rostron Yolanda Rostron | Deborah Wurrkidj | Jennifer Wurrkidj | Lena Yarinkura
Location & Contact
Trinity Grammar School | 144 Victoria Street Ashfield NSW 2131
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